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Publikuoti: 8/3/2021. Atnaujinta: 8/3/2021

REMIT News: ACER publishes its new REMIT Quarterly and an updated version of Q&A documents

The 25th edition of ACER's Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) Quarterly has been published on the REMIT Portal. Covering the second quarter of 2021, this edition provides an update on ACER's data quality work and describes its management of the List of Organised Market Places, briefly outlines ACER's current registration processes for inside information platforms and registered reporting mechanisms (RRMs), and summarises the benefits of using its Notification Platform tool.

The new edition also provides a report on a sanction decision issued by the Spanish national regulatory authority in April for market manipulation under REMIT, and recounts the first High Court decision, which was recently issued by the French Conseil d'Etat, that upheld the French national regulatory authority's October 2018 sanction decision in a REMIT market manipulation case.

Recent updates of REMIT documentation are also provided, along with the statistics on RRM contingency reports and REMIT breach cases from April to June 2021. It also includes an overview of the sanction decisions for the last four quarters.

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ACER also publishes the 25th edition of the Q&As on REMIT developed in cooperation with the national regulatory authorities and containing the most up-to-date information concerning REMIT policy issues. In this edition, two existing Q&As have been updated and clarified, and two new Q&As have been included.

The Q&As are prompted by the discussions ACER has with its stakeholders during webinars and Roundtable meetings, as well as by the queries received via the REMIT Query form.

Also, 25th of October 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of the  REMIT, which entered into force in 2011 to support open and fair competition in the European wholesale energy markets. On 25 October an introductory webinar to REMIT will be followed by the main plenary session, which will foster a high level political discussion among key stakeholders. On 26 and 28 October, the Forum will provide special interest groups sessions on data, reporting and technology as well as on the ACER Guidance.

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